In this melodrama, veteran director Cho Moon-jin explores the emotional toll of Korea's violent division. A North Korean soldier steps on a landmine in the DMZ and loses his memory. Based on the few words he says after the blast, the South Korean military deduce that the victim's father is one of three possible men: a potter, the potter's cousin, or a factory owner. All three men have their own reasons for hoping that the young man is their son. In the process, the three recall their own harrowing memories of the war. Till We Meet was screened at the 1999 Montreal Film Festival.
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